Andrej Imamovic offers us a three track techno EP with Black Summer, the first release in 2006 from Sarajevo-based Oscilator. Weeping synths, clattering drums, and reverbating vocal samples set the pace for "Black Summer, Pt. 1." "Black Summer, Pt. 2" winds into Paul Oakenfold territory, a burgeoning stadium stomper that hangs on the cusp of exploding, vibrating with an resonant urgency. "Stockholm Syndrome," a final bottom-heavy variation, begins to shed the textured layers of the previous two tracks, dissolving into a dissonant bubble of beats and analog synth gurgles. Run all together, it's a 17-minute techno workup -- raising the crowd up, holding them high, and bringing them down. Made for the clubs where the crowds dance all night, greeting the limpid dawn as they stagger to the next club, "Black Summer" still bouncing in their ears.